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Vodafone extends anytime,anywhere promotion

Vodafone extends anytime,anywhere calling promotion

Vodafone is extending its revolutionary TAKE10 offer for a further two months to 31 October 2006. This means Prepay customers can continue to call for up to 10 minutes to just about anyone in the world, at anytime, on any network (including all mobiles and landlines) and pay no more than $2!

This is a fantastic demonstration of Vodafone providing customers with the abitliy to make the most of NOW. Anytime really does mean anytime – day or night, so customers have the flexibility to call when they are out and about during the day rather than being constrained to evening calls. The offer was initially due to run until 31 August 2006 but has been extended to 31 October 2006 due to customer demand. This amazing deal also extends to include 3G Real Time Video Calling, which is still only available on Vodafone.

The versitaility of the offer means customers can call all the popular global destinations including the UK, USA, Australia, Canada, Ireland, India, China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines and Thailand and use the promotion closer to home in New Zealand.

Larrie Moore, Vodafone General Manager of Brand and Consumer Marketing says, “Customers tell us they love the simplicity of TAKE10 - one rate, to any network, to just about anyone. Gone are the days when you had to wait until the evening to get good rates, with TAKE10 you can make that call when you want - anytime. Plus it’s such great value that we want to reward those who are currently taking advantage and spread the word to those who aren’t.”

After 10 minutes, charging will recommence at normal national and international charging rates as per a customer’s original pricing plan.

Those wanting to sign up to Vodafone Prepay should visit their nearest Vodafone store or check out the Vodafone website for more details.


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